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    Various on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills: ROUTE 66 : Tip 62 - Dear Peasant, go to Wal-mart

    by sourbugger Updated Feb 1, 2005

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    An uncommon sight on Rodeo Drive

    "How much did you pay for your footwear?"

    " Two Dollars from Wal-mart, and proud of it"

    "And the T-Shirt ?"

    "I think it was a promotional freebie"

    "And you think they will let you in any of these shops dressed like Steptoe"

    "You obviously don't understand class, only real toffs dress like scumbags. One upper class English Accent..put on, old boy.., One assumed name..how about Lord Stabground...and you, my dear will feel like Julia Roberts."

    "Are you equating me to a hooker ?"

    "No I didn't mean that, I just want you to enjoy trying on dresses that cost the equilvalent of a small house"

    "and you just want to oggle the shop assistants"

    "Well we have a win-win situation then"

    "Um...just one thing, don't park the Ford Crapmobile in front of the shop"

    "Yes Dear"

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    It Worked.

    Next>>>

    What to buy: Nothing, its all far to pricey

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    IT'S A WRAP: Buy That Outfit You Saw On TV

    by icunme Written Sep 11, 2009

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    %a4 They sell clothes from the sets of t.v shows & movies, cheap! The clothes, shoes, purses, etc all have tags telling you which show they came from. A trip!

    From their website:
    We are the only company on the planet that offers the general public the opportunity to purchase actual wardrobe and props from movie and TV sets, for sale in 2 huge retail stores, on our website and in auction.

    In 1981, co-owner and founder Janet Dion founded the production wardrobe and props sales concept. Since then we have established ourselves as THE resource to the Studios to liquidate wardrobe and props in volume. What does that mean to you? It means you can buy unique items, from casual to formal, at prices that can’t be beat! And where else can you buy clothing, furnishings or collectibles with a story to tell all your friends!

    Our goal is to provide our Studio clients an invaluable service, and our Customers a fun and exciting shopping experience. Please browse our site or come and see us in our Burbank and Beverly Hills stores!

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    Rodeo Drive: Best Shopping Street in the World

    by kimberlyfisher1 Written Sep 28, 2007

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    Rodeo Drive is one of the most famous shopping streets in the world. Only 3 blocks long, you'll encounter luxurious retailers such as:

    ~Armani
    ~Gucci
    ~Dolce and Gabbana
    ~Christian Dior
    ~Chanel
    ~Ralph Loren
    ~Valentino
    ~Tiffany and Co.
    ~Cartier
    ~Van Cleef and Arpels
    ~Ferragamo
    ~Louis Vuitton
    ~Hermes
    ~Versace

    What to buy: Diamonds and Pearls!

    Head to Toe Couture!

    What to pay: $$$$$$$$$$$$

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    Neiman Marcus: You Can't Miss Neiman Marcus!

    by saraheg77 Written Aug 18, 2004

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    Me at NM Beverly Hills!

    The famous Neiman Marcus! There are plenty of nice, expensive things to buy here! At least come and look around =)

    Store Hours:
    M-F 10-6; Sat 10-7; Sun 12-6

    Restaurants:
    Fresh Market (Casual)
    M-Sat 10-5:30; Sun 12-5:30

    Mariposa (fine dining)
    M-Sat 11-5

    What to buy: If your budget is not unlimited, have a famous Neiman Marcus chocolate cookie at the Bar on 4 (4th floor) or check out the epicurean treats on the 1st floor.

    What to pay: $5 to thousands!

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    Most expensive shop in world: Mad buying

    by shiran_d Written Feb 5, 2003

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    In fact, Rodeo Drive is home to the single most expensive store in the world: Bijan (at 420 Rodeo Drive). You must make an appointment in advance just to shop at Bijan (which was named after its Iranian owner). On a typical visit, Bijan's average customer spends in the neighborhood of $100,000 on men's fashions, which range from a $50 pair of socks to $15,000 suits.

    What to buy: Cloths

    What to pay: As much as you can

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    Porsche Store: Expensive stores that don't make sense at all.

    by janika Updated Jul 14, 2003

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    Porsche store

    Expensive stores that don't make sense at all, unless you are a millionaire. Prices are not set for us, tourists. On the image you see a Porsche store and a bike made by Porsche.

    What to buy: Absolutely > N O T H I N G !!!

    What to pay: 0000000

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    Cheese Store of Beverly Hills: Savor Le Fromage

    by marinarena Written Nov 11, 2012
    Cheese Store, Beverly Hills, CA

    Say, savor, salivate, "Cheese!". Cheese Store of Beverly Hills is an absolutely must-stop for lovers of the divine, delectable dairy delight. The green awning cheese shop is packed with an excellent selection of worldwide cheeses and fine food and drink pantry companions. Wine conoisseurs are also wooed by the shop's walled vino selections. If fortunate to be here to catch a cheese and wine pairing event and can afford the average $60 reservation, do it 'cause it would be a sure learning and tasty experience.

    Warning! If you are seriously into cheese and wine, your wallet will take a hit! Spending a few hundred is super easy here for a basket of basics for 2.. Also, this place screams of "snob". Don't mention Kraft or cheese whiz here!

    Hours (subject to change):
    Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m

    What to pay: Sample prices:

    Most small blocks or ball starting low at about $ 6
    1/2 pound of regular brie- $10
    1/2 pound of feta- $5
    1/2 pound of Gruyere- $18.00
    an 8.5 oz ball of mozzarella di bufala- $17.00
    Cheese of the month selection typically for 4 people is $120 (3 1/2 lb varieties)- special cheese item that is shipped out to residences

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    Hermès: Luxury in luxurious settings

    by nomadig Updated Aug 16, 2009

    When visiting Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive is a must destinations for anyone interested in haute couture or luxury. Among the shops, Hermès of Paris is one of my favourites, as their stuff is subtle, very well made, and I've always got excellent service.

    This time I visited the shop to buy a mother's day present to my wife. While not being a typical customer in my baggy jeans, one child sleeping in a stroller and another, younger one, trying to escape continuously from the shop -- I still got plenty of attention, and the clerks continued to diligently serve me while I was dashing to the front door and back to the counter.

    The store itself is quite huge, and there is a good selection of goods available -- probably there is a lot of rich (and famous) people around to upkeep a constant flow of trade.

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    Rodeo Drive

    by al_mary Updated Mar 16, 2006

    Rodeo Drive is a famous
    three-block long stretch of
    boutiques and shops in
    Beverly Hills. It is known as
    one of the most expensive
    shopping areas in the world.
    The center divide on this street
    was a horse path until the early
    1950s, and the shopping district
    as presently constituted did not
    exist until well into the 1970s.

    It was the first place in California to implement diagonal pedestrian
    crossings, also known as "scramble corners" at some particularly
    busy intersections.

    The picture is of the "Spanish Steps" on Rodeo Drive ....

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